EIM Clinical Podcast: Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science | Greg Lehman

This week, on the EIM Clinical Podcast, Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs are joined by Dr. Greg Lehman. Jeff recently returned from Greg’s course: “Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science” in Toronto. This course dives into classic debates of physical therapy in conservative musculoskeletal care as well as performance and rehab. It’s two packed days full of…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Are You Creating Cogs or Leaders?

On this week’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne asks the question of creating cogs in the wheel (contributors/employees) versus creating leaders with development. She discusses, also, the difference between leadership and management as well as some different leadership types:

The coercive leader
The pace-setting leader
The democratic leader
The authoritative leader
The affiliative…

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Manual Therapy: How Do You Measure It?

The title of this blog was inspired by a slide I found on Twitter, by Dr. Chad Cook PT (@chadcookpt) during his lecture at the 2017 New Zealand Manipulative Physiotherapists Association Conference. Dr. Cook’s slide offered five points on manual therapy; this blog will focus on the fourth point.

Manual therapy is a better choice for pain modulation than…

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An Attitude of Gratitude

I know, I know…you may be tired of blogs and memes and commercials encouraging you to be grateful this month. I’m still going to talk about it, because I think it’s really important and can shape our clinical practices!

There have actually been quite a few recent studies demonstrating that cultivating gratitude can be extremely beneficial to…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: The Practice Freedom Method with Dr. Jamey Schrier

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz chats with Dr. Jamey Schrier. In 2004, Jamey was facing the soul-crushing struggles of private practice ownership. He couldn’t figure out how to grow his business without sacrificing his family, income or time.

Jamey invested the next 9 years, and more than $300,000, to learn how…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Attached to an Outcome

On this week’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne discusses what happens to us when we become attached to an outcome. Goal setting is fantastic and essential, however, since we don’t control every aspect of achieving a goal, being attached to that outcome can be detrimental. There are three rituals that can help us achieve…

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Clinical Podcast: HRV to Balance the Nervous System with Dr. Amy Lichon

Today, on the EIM Clinical Podcast, Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs are joined by Dr. Amy Lichon who is an anesthesiologist in Fort Collins, Colorado. Amy has a particular interest in endurance sports and, particularly, using heart rate variability (HRV) as a way to assess a balance between the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous system.

Today, John, Jeff…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Develop Yourself and Develop Others

It’s the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott! Today, Daphne talks about developing yourself and others and why it is so HUGELY important. Developing yourself and others can be really easy NOT to do. We always find excuses or other “more important” or even timely things that get in the way of developing ourselves. Daphne discusses reasons…

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